Waterfronts - New Zealand - Auckland Region

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Date: March 1967 Description: Transparencies of Auckland City waterfront and aerial view of an Easter show, taken March 1967 by Whites Aviation Quantity: 4 colour original transparency/i...
Date: 30 January 1967, March 1967 Description: Transparencies of yachting and Auckland City waterfront, taken 1967 by Whites Aviation Quantity: 4 colour original transparency/ies. Physical Description: ...
Date: [ca 1900] By: Herrick, A, active 1890s-1910s Description: Stereoscopic photograph of pile driving at the Waterfront, Auckland, taken by A Herrick Inscriptions: Recto - beneath image - Pile driving at the Waterfront...
Date: 30 June 2009 Description: Shows an American tourist couple on a tour of the Auckland waterfront in 2011. On the waterfront is a large golden rugby ball monument. The husband tells his...
Date: 10 March 2006 Description: Shows a large monument to the Auckland developer ("Honouring the 150 years of struggle against taste and quality") on the redeveloped Tank Farm on Auckland's...
Bromhead, Peter, 1933-:Queens Wharf sculpture site. 31 January 2014
Date: 2014 Description: Cartoon shows Mickey Mouse holding up a placard that reads, 'Queens Wharf sculpure site.' Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
"Old Mother Hubbard went to her cupboard impelled by her socialist traits to fritter out wads to her overfed dogs all paid for by crippling rates" 11 July 2006
Date: 2006 Description: Shows Auckland City Mayor Dick Hubbard at his cupboard that contains stacks of money and a cereal box labelled "Hubbards' Rate Bubbles, 54% more". Hubbard is...
What to do with Tank Farm - "At least it won't last more than 10 years" 10 March 2006
Date: 2006 Description: Shows a large monument to the Auckland developer ("Honouring the 150 years of struggle against taste and quality") on the redeveloped Tank Farm on Auckland's...
Waterfront, 2011 - "That, Mary-Lou is their monument to city priorities" 30 June 2009
Date: 2009 Description: Shows an American tourist couple on a tour of the Auckland waterfront in 2011. On the waterfront is a large golden rugby ball monument. The husband tells hi...
"Arr, where be the marine industry?" "In Penrose mate... the waterfront is for bureaucrats and coffee drinkers" Bay News, 20 October 2006
Date: 2006 From: Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons By: Bay news (Periodical) Description: Shows a sailor with a parrot on his shoulder and an eye patch asking a man where the marine industry is. The man tells him that it is in Penrose as the water...